Chez Dominique

Rue de la Montagne, 27, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | B&B
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A travel blog entry by whereamigoing


... exhibit somewhere too. On our second visit, the donkeys got loose and were running by the playground. We went to the Musical Istruments Museum with the kiddos. There are instruments from all over the world and all different eras. Instruments I had never seen or imagined before. The museum was nicely done in that you receive an audio guide that plays music from the instrument you stand in front of. Beckett was a big fan! Maureen and I wished we ...

World Cup day with Pete and Therese

A travel blog entry by ericjon97


... REALLY nice flat right next to the Grand Place. The location couldn’t have been better. She also put out a pretty good spread, so it turned out to be the perfect place to watch the match. I was supporting Colombia (quietly) so I was happy that they beat Greece 3-0.

Pete and I left Markela’s place and met his friend Dom from Australia. We went to a bar called Delirium for one drink and then we went to a restaurant called Amadeus for ...

Our Last Weekend!

A travel blog entry by mwetzel


... there.

After touring the camp we decided there was no way we were going to attempt to take the bus back, we could just take the train back. So we took one train to Mechelen where they didn't check for a ticket. Then at Mechelen we switched to another train that took us all the way back to Brussels Central Station. Strangely, on that train, the train manager just looked at us and didn't ask for our tickets when he passed by. So we rode that train for ...

The Capital of Europe

A travel blog entry by cfroehlich14


... the boat rides on the canal. It was gorgeous and a totally different take on the city that we wouldn’t have seen otherwise. Before heading back to the train station, we stopped to get French fries because they actually originated in Belgium, not France. There were so many sauces to choose from, and I ended up getting trying Samurai sauce which was spicy and very good.
We got back to Brussels and hung out for a bit ...

Bring on the Waffles!

A travel blog entry by sjohnson7


... was, so you must look at my pictures! Of course, after having lunch, we found our way to a Belgian waffle stand and indulged ourselves. I must say that Belgian waffles in Belgian trump Belgian waffles in America. Simplement delicieux! After filling ourselves to our hearts' desires, we made our way back to the hotel, as traveling had thoroughly been tiring.

On Monday and Tuesday mornings, we had briefings mostly on EU-related topics, including economic policy, security ...

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